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Nominated sub-contract, NSC/4a JCT Standard Form of Sub-Contract for sub-contractors nominated under the Standard Form of Building Contract (clauses 35.11 and 35.12). by Joint Contracts Tribunal.

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Published by National Federation of Building Trades Employers in London .
Written in English


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It must be recognised that there are no provisions in the Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) for nominated or named subcontractors. The definition of a Subcontractor at clause (17) identifies three qualifying classes of person or organisations who constitute a subcontractor under the ECC.   Under the FIDIC Red Book form of contract, the Engineer may appoint a nominated subcontractor. Once the Contractor has accepted the nomination, he becomes responsible for the actions of the subcontractor. Therefore the Contractor may not claim for any failures of the subcontractor. In book: JCT Standard Form of Building Contract Edition (pp) Authors: Richard Fellows. Peter Fenn. [Show full abstract] –Sub-contract) and Nominated Sub-contract. This study.   Historically, nominated subcontractors or suppliers were selected by the client prior to the appointment of the main contractor for a number of reasons, such as where the works involve items with.

Buy Nominated Subcontract NSC/4: Sub-contract for Sub-contractors Who Have Tendered on Tender NSC/1 and Executed Agreement NSC/2 and Have Been Nominated by Nomination NSC/3 by Building Employers Confederation (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Building Employers Confederation. 'Unique' clauses deal with the obligations and rights of nominated and/or selected subcontractors. To ensure a 'fair deal' each N/S subcontractor must be appointed by the contractor using an unaltered printed or electronic version JBCC® N/S Subcontract Agreement and the completed JBCC® N/S Subcontract Contract Data. "The Sub-Contractor will be required to enter into a Nominated Sub-Contract Agreement with the successful tenderer for the Main Contract Works." This site uses cookies. Some of these cookies are essential to the operation of the site, while others help to improve your experience by providing insights into how the site is being used. A subcontractor who contracts with the main contractor to supply or fix any materials or goods or execute work forming part of the main contract. Essentially this contractor is employed by the main contractor. Nominated subcontractor, A nominated sub-contractor is often appointed after the main contractor has started work, so one of the client benefits is that specialist design can continue.

  Either things have either changed since then, or not all forms of contract take this view. Under the FIDIC Red Book form of contract, the Engineer may nominate a subcontractor, but once the Contractor has accepted the nomination, he becomes responsible for the actions of the subcontractor and may not claim for any failures of the subcontractor.   A nominated subcontractor is a contractor who is used by a main project contractor to carry out a portion of a particular contract. This term is normally used in the construction industry. In such cases, the client chooses a contractor to carry out a specified portion of the construction, or even all of it. To facilitate the procurement of nominated sub-contractors, the conditions of a main contract will often contain provisions that allow an employer to select and nominate sub-contractors, an example is Clause 59 of the FIDIC 4th edition Red Book Conditions of Contract (as for the FIDIC 1st Edition Red Book see Clause 5). For projects where the sub-contract is nominated, the Standard Conditions of Nominated Sub-Contract (NSC) is to be used in conjunction with the PSSCOC for Construction Works. The NSC also first published in , had undergone several reviews. The current version is the NSC (Fifth edition December ).